Jonathan is on school leave till next year. It's a load off my shoulders. Long story. But to cut the story short, I'm thankful that I don't feel guilty about it.
So ... along the days where we are at home, I'm able to do some work and then start planning therapy session for Jonathan. It's a relief for me.
Then on a high note ... my dearest mom has been doing well after treatment. Although she finds it hard to remember names, she's more cheerful, alert and able to follow our conversation, sit with one leg propped up on the cane chair when she's here. but most of all ... she always remember Kai Ming (aka Jonathan).
So ... to end this post, something interesting that I found on a friend's blog.
A LIGHTER SIDE OF LIFE:
I want to encourage everyone that even though we may not use the stairs of the MRT, hopefully we don't need people to put up piano keys on the steps to do that. But still ... this is a good way of encouraging people to do so. Enjoy: